"To exhibit a succinct plan of every performance; to point out the most striking beauties and glaring defects; to illustrate their remarks with proper quotations; and to convey these remarks in such a manner, as might best conduce to the entertainment of the public."
Tobias Smollett, The Critical Review 1756
Our ENG 2100: Writing About Literature course examines how a literary work's frame influences they way it is read and received over the course of its reception history.
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